After Hello

After Hello

A short story sequel to the bestselling romcom You Had Me At Hello! In You Had Me At Hello, the one who got away came back… but what happened next?Together, apart and then back together again, Rachel and Ben had a rollercoaster ride to get here. But now happily in love and partners in crime once more, it feels like it’s all been worth it.But when a face from the past reap...

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Title:After Hello
Author:Mhairi McFarlane
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:99 pages

After Hello Reviews

  • Konnie
    Jan 28, 2017

    Since 'You Had Me At Hello' is one of my all-time faves, I was so excited and thrilled at the announcement of this book. I love Ben & Rachel's love story and just adore Ben so much!

    This novella had me laughing out loud at some parts and even made my nose tingle and my eyes water a bit when the couple were at odds surprisingly!

    I can't get enough of them and only wished the story was soooo much longer! I love how Mhairi is able to make the love between the two so real with their self-analysis

    Since 'You Had Me At Hello' is one of my all-time faves, I was so excited and thrilled at the announcement of this book. I love Ben & Rachel's love story and just adore Ben so much!

    This novella had me laughing out loud at some parts and even made my nose tingle and my eyes water a bit when the couple were at odds surprisingly!

    I can't get enough of them and only wished the story was soooo much longer! I love how Mhairi is able to make the love between the two so real with their self-analysis of their relationship and yet so romantic at the same time.

    I read the book very slowly because I knew the pages wouldn't last. I want more Ben & Rachel!!

  • Belinda Missen
    Jan 28, 2017

    Ahhhhh Ben and Rachel. Rachel and Ben, all over again.

    A beautiful little follow up to

    . This worked really well as a short story, touched on some important issues particularly pertaining to the first book - though you don't need to have read it to follow this one. Mhairi does a great job of catching you up and reminding you exactly what happened.

    Wonderful. And I'm going to be that one: Please, Mhairi, more?

  • Liv
    Feb 11, 2017

    3.5/5 stars.

    Very cute and a lovely follow up to You Had Me at Hello.

  • Desa
    Feb 05, 2017

    Ay ay ay, no sabía cuanto necesitaba esta novella hasta que supe que Mhairi la había publicado (y gratis!). Y es que, tras terminar

    necesitaba ver a Rachel y Ben *JUNTOS y for real. Después de todo por lo que habían pasado: su tiempo en la universidad como bff, su amarga separación, reencuentro y todas las idas y venidas, llegó su momento. Pero ese momento fue el final del libro, unas pocas páginas qu

    Ay ay ay, no sabía cuanto necesitaba esta novella hasta que supe que Mhairi la había publicado (y gratis!). Y es que, tras terminar

    necesitaba ver a Rachel y Ben *JUNTOS y for real. Después de todo por lo que habían pasado: su tiempo en la universidad como bff, su amarga separación, reencuentro y todas las idas y venidas, llegó su momento. Pero ese momento fue el final del libro, unas pocas páginas que, aunque me encantaron como conclusión, me dejaron con ganas de más. Y esta novella es más y ajahgddgdhakaaj <33333

    Hay un poquito de drama y celos, pero nada exagerado, es maravillosa y taaaan cute *sigh* Rachel y Ben por fin están juntos y todo les va taaaan bien que eso hace que la pobre Rach se agobie jajaja y aunque parezca una pobre excusa para meter angst la entiendes y simpatizas con ella de nuevo, y Ben es tan mono *suspirito again*. Si a eso le añades los amigos de Rach: Caroline, Mindy y Ivor y situaciones divertidas y el banter y el witty diálogo de Mhairi, pues acabas con una continuación maravillosa. ¿Lo malo? te quedas, de nuevo, con ganas de más, y eso dice mucho.

  • Sam ☔️
    Feb 14, 2017

    Rachel said : “Ah, fuck. Oh me of little faith.” And I say : Ah f@$?? . Oh me of little faith indeed ! I didn't see this happen.. me liking this book and tearing when I re read the last chapter again & again .. because the previous chapters were sometimes a little bit hard and painful to read ! I was so utterly sure that those lovebirds should never happened ! With a perfect plot Mhairi gave us a very realistic POV of the life after finding your person and a reminder that when you found her

    Rachel said : “Ah, fuck. Oh me of little faith.” And I say : Ah f@$?? . Oh me of little faith indeed ! I didn't see this happen.. me liking this book and tearing when I re read the last chapter again & again .. because the previous chapters were sometimes a little bit hard and painful to read ! I was so utterly sure that those lovebirds should never happened ! With a perfect plot Mhairi gave us a very realistic POV of the life after finding your person and a reminder that when you found her or him , life won't be always a vanilla!

    When I finished reading : You Had Me At Hello , my first thought was : I WANT ANOTHER BOOK ABOUT BEN & RACHEL WITH THE PROPER ENDING FOR THIS EPIC LOVE STORY .. and oh em gee Mhairi in 99 pages give us : laughs , heartbreaks and a big goofy smile by the end ..

    What i want now is another Ben&Rachel book .. this ending SHOULD NEVER END

    So have mercy our dear After Hello Author and give us another happy ending for our oh so beloved couple

    X

  • Adriana C
    Feb 06, 2017

    4.5 stas

  • Rosie Read
    Feb 07, 2017

    Mhairi McFarlane is one of my favourite authors and

    is the perfect bite-sized piece to keep you going while you wait for McFarlane's next book.

    is the epilogue to

    , McFarlane's first novel. At first I was worried that I wouldn't remember the characters well enough to really enjoy

    , but I needn't have worried; McFarlane's characters are so memorable and she does such a good job of reminded you of each, without info-dumping on you, that the I wa

    Mhairi McFarlane is one of my favourite authors and

    is the perfect bite-sized piece to keep you going while you wait for McFarlane's next book.

    is the epilogue to

    , McFarlane's first novel. At first I was worried that I wouldn't remember the characters well enough to really enjoy

    , but I needn't have worried; McFarlane's characters are so memorable and she does such a good job of reminded you of each, without info-dumping on you, that the I was right back with Rachel and Ben from the first page.

    Despite its brevity,

    packs quite the punch without over extending. It was really nice to revisit the characters and see how their life is progressing after the HEA of

    . I always love seeing beloved characters again and I love the aspects of realism that McFarlane manages to pack in, after all is a HEA always smooth sailing?

    Although I wish it could be longer (but I want more from McFarlane every time),

    is a perfect wee treat before bed or on your commute and feels entirely whole and satisfying. Now the patient wait for more morsels.

  • Medina
    Feb 19, 2017

    My heart is so content right now. Getting to visit Ben and Rachel again, even if only for a short while, was wonderful. I loved this little sequel. I loved it a lot.

  • Ashley
    Feb 22, 2017

    This is a short story/novella following up on Rachel and Ben's life after

    paired with an excerpt from

    . The short story loosely revolves around one of Rachel's best friend's impending marriage and Rachel's anxiety about her relationship with Ben. Mhairi McFarlane's writing quality is once again off the charts, and my description does not do her story justice. Rachel's anxiety is relatable even as it's maddening, and Mhairi keeps Ben heart warming without stray

    This is a short story/novella following up on Rachel and Ben's life after

    paired with an excerpt from

    . The short story loosely revolves around one of Rachel's best friend's impending marriage and Rachel's anxiety about her relationship with Ben. Mhairi McFarlane's writing quality is once again off the charts, and my description does not do her story justice. Rachel's anxiety is relatable even as it's maddening, and Mhairi keeps Ben heart warming without straying into sainthood. My favorite part was Mindy's mad ceremony ideas.

    You could do worse than getting this story for free from Amazon!

  • Vicki Bowles
    Feb 24, 2017

    review to follow